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Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Longest Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Jan 7, 2024 3 5 1.7 2 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 25, 2023 1 3 3.0 3 0 -2
Dec 18, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 3 9 3.0 4 0


Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 2 13
@ 32 22
vs 5 13
@ 19 16
vs 22 17
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vs 24 17
vs 9 14
@ 31 21
vs 13 14
@ 17 15
vs 6 13
@ 11 14
vs 14 15
@ 5 13
@ 25 18
vs 32 22
vs 31 21

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Player Outlook
Scott joined the Rams in the offseason where he'll battle for a backup role behind Kyren Williams. Until he receives meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to their rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 86 4.30 1 4 52 60.4
2022 217 4.02 3 5 15 342.3
3y Avg. 225 4.17 3 1 7 50 322.1
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  • Rams' Boston Scott: Fresh start in L.A.

    Scott agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Rams on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Scott spent his first six seasons in Philadelphia, but he will now get a fresh start in Los Angeles. While he was never a major part of the Eagles' offense during his tenure, he saw his role as a third-down back shrink during the 2023 campaign. The 29-year-old will presumably be behind Kyren Williams and rookie Blake Corum on the Rams' depth chart, and Scott will compete with Ronnie Rivers and Zach Evans for the No. 3 role.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Role shrinks in sixth season

    Scott didn't play a very important role for the Eagles this season, finishing with 20 carries for 86 yards and adding four catches for 52 yards through the air over 15 regular-season games. Scott hasn't been a major part of the Eagles' offense at any point in his six-year career, but he'd managed to run for at least 217 yards in each of the previous four years, so his latest numbers represent a big step back. He also failed to reach the end zone for the first time since his two-game debut back in 2018. It's hard to envision the Eagles suddenly deciding to feature him more often next season.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Three carries in season finale

    Scott rushed three times for five yards in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Giants. With D'Andre Swift out due to illness and the Eagles resting several starters in the second half, Scott was able to play 20 offensive snaps, doubling his season high. The result was another uneventful game for the sixth-year running back, and it's fair to wonder whether he has a future with the Eagles given that he received just 24 touches (20 carries and four receptions) all season.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Non-factor against Cardinals

    Scott didn't play a single offensive snap in Sunday's 35-31 loss to the Cardinals. Scott hasn't been a significant part of the Eagles' offensive game plan at any point this season, but he's typically at least been on the field from time to time. Week 17's loss marked the fourth time this season that Scott's only snaps came on special teams.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: No magic against Giants

    Scott rushed once for three yards and lost a fumble in Monday's victory over the Giants. Scott had developed a reputation as a Giant-killer, scoring in each of his previous eight matchups against the division rival. He's reached the end zone 10 times against the Giants and just seven times against the rest of the league combined across his six NFL seasons. His luck ran out Monday, however, as he played a total of just two offensive snaps. He was also the victim of some misfortune on a kickoff return, when teammate Olamide Zaccheaus ran directly into him, forcing a fumble.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Non-factor on offense

    Scott played one snap on offense and 14 on special teams in Monday's 20-17 loss to the Seahawks. Scott went without a touch on offense and returned a lone kickoff for 13 yards. He's now gone without a carry or catch on four occasions this season and hasn't played more than 10 snaps on offense in any of his 12 appearances.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Minor role again

    Scott rushed three times for nine yards in Sunday's 33-13 loss to Dallas. Scott got the ball on every single one of his offensive snaps, but that stat gets less impressive when his snap count sits at just three. Two of those three snaps came on the final two plays of the game, garbage-time runs up the middle with the Eagles down three scores.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Two touches in loss

    Scott finished Sunday's loss to the 49ers with one carry for two yards and a 27-yard reception. By Scott's low standards, it was a productive day, as his 29 total yards represented his second-highest tally of the season. It's possible Scott sees a bigger role next week against the Cowboys if D'Andre Swift's undisclosed injury is serious enough to keep him off the field, but if that doesn't happen, Scott's average of 1.7 touches per game leaves him far from fantasy consideration.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Two carries in Week 12 win

    Scott rushed twice for 14 yards and was targeted once with an incomplete pass in Sunday's 37-34 overtime win over Buffalo. The game went into overtime, but Scott saw the field for a total of just five offensive snaps, indicating that he remains a minor part of the Eagles' game plan. He's topped out at 10 offensive snaps in a game this season, and that came all the way back in Week 2.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Minimal involvement in Week 11

    Scott rushed two times for eight yards in Monday's 21-17 win over the Chiefs. Scott played a limited role against the Chiefs, playing just seven of the Eagles' 56 offensive snaps Monday. The veteran's two carries were his most since Week 6 after he failed to record a single rushing attempt in his last two appearances. Buried on the depth chart behind D'Andre Swift and Kenneth Gainwell, Scott should remain off the fantasy radar when the Eagles host the Bills in Week 12.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Won't play Sunday

    Scott has been deemed out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys due to personal reasons. Scott has appeared in all but one of Philly's eight games this season, and it's unclear what issue(s) will keep him from playing Week 9. The 5-foot-6 running back has played just eight offensive snaps this season, so his absence could leave Rashaad Penny to play an increased role on special teams while D'Andre Swift and Kenneth Gainwell continue to handle the bulk of the Eagles' rushing workload.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Plays just one offensive snap

    Scott caught one pass for four yards in Sunday's 38-31 win against Washington. Scott missed Week 3 with a concussion and has since been on the field for a grand total of six offensive snaps in the last five games, including just one against the Commanders. In a sense, the fact that he received a touch on 100 percent of the snaps he played in Week 8 is an impressive figure, but it's not a performance which will have helped many fantasy teams. Scott needs at least one injury ahead of him on the depth chart if he's to play enough to have real fantasy relevance.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Earns small offensive role

    Scott saw the field for five offensive snaps in Sunday's 20-14 loss to the Jets, carrying the ball twice for two yards and catching one pass for 14 yards. Scott wasn't a significant part of Philadelphia's offensive game plan, but it was at least a step in the right direction after he missed Week 3 with a concussion and spent Weeks 4 and 5 limited to special-teams duty. He likely needs at least one injury ahead of him on the running-back depth chart for him to step into a fantasy-relevant role.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Limited to special teams again

    Scott was not deployed for a single offensive snap yet again in the Eagles' Week 5 win over the Rams. Scott's last touch came back Week 2 against the Vikings, as a concussion kept him out for Week 3 before he was limited to special-teams work Weeks 4 and 5. Even if Scott finds his way back into the game plan at some point down the line, he's unlikely to fill a major role.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Zero offensive snaps in Week 4

    Scott returned from a concussion for Week 4's overtime win against the Commanders, but his only snaps came on special teams. Scott saw the field for the first time since he exited with a concussion in the third quarter against the Vikings in Week 2, but he wasn't part of the offensive game plan. D'Andre Swift and Kenneth Gainwell were the only Eagles to see the field at running back Week 4. It's not yet clear whether Scott's lack of offensive snaps will be a pattern that continues next week against the Rams, or if he was merely being ramped back up after his head injury.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Listed as full Wednesday

    Scott (concussion) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's estimated injury report. In the wake of the Eagles' Week 2 win versus the Vikings, Scott entered the concussion protocol. Prior to being ruled out for this past Monday's game at Tampa Bay, he managed just one limited practice. While he didn't have a cap on his reps at Wednesday's walk-through session, it's unclear if Scott has made his way through the aforementioned protocol.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Clears concussion protocol

    Scott cleared concussion protocol and returned to practice Friday, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Scott is thus set to play Monday in Tampa Bay, getting some help from the extra rest period after Philly's win over Minnesota last Thursday night. Scott left that game early with a concussion, while D'Andre Swift dominated backfield work en route to 175 rushing yards and Rashaad Penny mixed in only occasionally. The big question this week is whether Week 1 lead back Kenneth Gainwell can return from the rib injury that held him out Week 2. If so, Scott likely will be marginalized and Swift's workload will be much tougher to project.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: In concussion protocol

    Scott exited Thursday's game against the Vikings with a head injury and is in concussion protocol. Scott exited the game in the third quarter, though it's unclear exactly how the injury occurred. With Kenneth Gainwell (ribs) sidelined, Scott worked as the change-of-pace back behind D'Andre Swift and had tallied five carries for 40 yards before being sidelined. Assuming Scott can't return, Swift should see a lot of the work out of the backfield with Rashaad Penny potentially mixing in.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Could see increased role Week 2

    Zach Berman of The Athletic speculates that Scott will be active along with D'Andre Swift and Rashaad Penny for Philadelphia's Week 2 contest against Minnesota on Thursday. Scott played a minimal role on offense during a season-opening win over the Patriots, carrying once for three yards and catching his only target for seven yards. He could see more work against the Vikings on Thursday with Kenneth Gainwell (ribs) -- who was the Eagles' lead tailback Week 1 -- ruled out. However, Swift figures to step in as the starter, and Penny will likely be active after being a healthy scratch for the opener, so Scott isn't guaranteed to see enough of a workload to be a viable fantasy play.
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  • Eagles' Boston Scott: Minimal impact in Week 1

    Scott carried the ball once for three yards and caught one pass for seven yards in Sunday's win over the Patriots. With Miles Sanders now in Carolina and new additions D'Andre Swift (19 snaps) and Rashaad Penny (healthy scratch) not having large roles, there theoretically could have been room for Scott to make his mark. Instead, the sixth-year back saw the field for just eight offensive snaps, with Kenneth Gainwell (41 snaps) being used as the clear starter. It seems reasonable to assume Swift's role will only grow from here, and Penny's can't get any smaller, so there doesn't seem to be much room for Scott to claim a meaningful amount of touches.
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